Les


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(lĕs)
n.1.A leash.
References in classic literature ?
When he had thrown the gauntlet, as it were, to the whole tribe, and sufficiently asserted his claim to superiority, his mien became more affable and his eye less angry.
shouted the scout, who did not spare his open laughter, though instantly checking the dangerous sounds he indulged his merriment at less risk of being overheard by any lurking enemies.
Thus every sunrise found her more calm, breathing better, less pale.